OriginThe elevation of the hockey stick and the whole global warming thing to iconic status makes it a giant with feet of clay – poorly founded and ready to crumble. Time to do some digging…
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Category Archives: Volcanoes
El Hierro eruption: climatic impacts?
On the ‘About’ thread new commenter Wyss Yim said: An important key to understanding UK floods is what really drives the North Atlantic Oscillation. Natural or human-induced changes? For natural drivers we need to include submarine volcanic activity for switching … Continue reading
Posted in Volcanoes, Weather 6 Comments
Ash-on-Ice Earth Art
Layers of volcanic ash on the eroding edges of the icecap of an Icelandic volcano. Does it remind you of something by any chance? Well…?
Posted in Earth Art, Volcanoes Tagged Ash Layers, Glacier, Ice, Iceland, snow 7 Comments
Pumice raft may indicate new underwater volcano
Update 14th August – Source found – see below Reports have appeared in the press over the last few days of a huge white raft of pumice encountered by the Air Force and a navy ship about a 1000 miles … Continue reading
Posted in Volcanoes Tagged Kermadec Islands, New Zealand, Pumice raft, Volcanoes 5 Comments
Katla grumbles again
Is this the sleeping giant awakening or just stirring? There’s been an upshift in activity in the last 24 hours – is this going to lead to an eruption this time?
Posted in News, Volcanoes Tagged Volcanoes 2 Comments
Effects of Subsea Volcanic Heat
A while back I tried to calculate how submarine volcanic activity around the West Antarctic Peninsula might affect water temperatures, and in consequence land temperatures in the region. What I lacked was a credible estimate of the size of a … Continue reading
Posted in Volcanoes Tagged Heat, Volcanoes, Warming 34 Comments
Something up with Katla?
Not wishing to be alarmist about Katla, which I’ve been following for several months, I do wonder if a pattern in the (minor) earthquakes currently is in any way significant. The thumbnail image above is from Erik Klemetti’s blog post … Continue reading
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